The proposed bills include provisions that would limit access to ballot drop boxes and instate an ID requirement for in-person and mail-in voting.
Following a banner year for business in terms of social activism, how will leaders build on the gains of 2020? Look for these four trends to dominate the corporate social responsibility movement in 2021.
GM's electronic vehicle push; remembering the co-founder of Friendly's; and why enhanced unemployment benefits are a good thing.
Janet Yellen's first battle; Big Business gets some spine; and Rolling Stones touring keyboardist Chuck Leavell's hope for environmental salvation.
The auto company is recalling over 600,000 vehicles due to a faulty wheel-speed sensor that can lead to crashes.
"The meh GDP numbers won't help Trump next year," Paul Krugman also noted.
"Pretty much anything that man says is unrealistic to me," Bill Adams said.
The monthlong UAW strike against GM may be over with concessions to workers — but here's what experts say about who really won.
The Trump administration's corporate welfare is doing nothing to help the 50,000 workers on strike at General Motors—or any of the others the president promised to protect.
"This is straight barbarism. GM workers are asking for a raise during a time of record profits. In response, GM execs cut off their health insurance," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Wednesday.
Around 18 months after the gene-hacked strain was released into the wild, the native mosquito population bounced up to almost pre-release levels.
We might be able to avoid the $50 glass of O.J. after all.
The study of 2,000 Americans and Europeans highlights a lack of understanding of genetically modified foods.
"You f***ing need me. You can't win without me," Butler reportedly yelled at his GM.
Researchers hope Ugandan farmers will be growing pro-vitamin A bananas by 2021.
It is the first time in almost a century that the most valuable U.S. carmaker is not based in Detroit.
GM shares rose 45 cents to $37.39 in after-hours trading following the decision.
The recall, and a related smaller action, is the latest announced by GM, the largest U.S. automaker
In 2008 General Motors advised engineers to avoid using terms like "defect," "deathtrap," and "rolling sarcophagus" in testing reports